Gaze upon the earth, not from the heavens but from your armchair.

As the Swiss Federal Authorities begin the process of easing the current restrictions, it is probably mid-June before we can begin opening the church again and we won’t be able to make any decisions about how we reopen until the end of May at the earliest.

The world will still be there when we are able to travel again, but if you want to gaze upon its beauty from the comfort of home, read on…

This ISS live stream of planet earth from space is courtesy of Nasa Earth Viewing Cameras aboard the international space station. The live feed is available only when the space station is in contact with Earth – there’s an occasional loss of signal, but they’re not that common.
If you’d like to see when the ISS is due to pass over your house, just click here!

Whilst the humans are staying at home, the penguins in Simon’s Town, South Africa have been going out for a stroll and exploring the town, which is usually too busy for them to venture near. You can watch their delightful antics by clicking here.

Closer to home, we can watch the penguins and other animals at Zurich Zoo, by clicking here to watch their webcams.

If you’d like to see some more sights from around the world, click here for the BBC links to 10 beautiful tourist spots including the city of Venice, the northern Lights over Manitoba in Canada and the white beach on the island of Koh Samui, in Thailand.

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